What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Recall them all! Jack Craver explores how this summer's elections suggest an unprecedented level of anger at Wisconsin politicians.
- Nathan Comp reports on how new child labor laws could affect Madison teens, and on an uncertain future for the fire-damaged Capitol Hill Apartments.
- Marianne English reports on how Cool Changes makes it fun to combat climate change.
- Emily Mills says its time to appoint Supreme Court justices, not elect them.
- Jennifer Smith examines Overture Center's search for a (possibly) new CEO.
- Jay Rath reports that trucks keeps smashing into Wisconsin Union Theater, and the UW has received an incomparable archive of Yiddish and Hebrew recordings.
- Rich Albertoni checks in with local rockers The Nod about their new album -- and their farewell.
- Jessica Steinhoff says the secret of Unknown Mortal Orchestra's success is withholding information.
- Dean Robbins likes SyFy's Alpha, about crime fighters who have neurological advantages.
- Kenneth Burns is moved by The Music Never Stopped, a film about a brain-damaged man restored to lucidity by 1960s music, and Kimberley Jones says Beginners is a bounty of beauty.
- Andre Darlington searches for the right wines to pair with farmers' market foods.
- David Medaris reports on a new bocce league in McFarland.
- Tell All: Should I rat out one friend to help another?